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By Sabu Thomas, Nandakumar Kalarikkal, A. Manuel Stephan, B. Raneesh

A suite of hugely chosen, peer-reviewed chapters, this ebook showcases the study of a world roster of scientists. It covers nanomaterials with emphasis on synthesis, characterization, and functions. It additionally provides rising advancements in nanotechnology in parts as different as medication, strength, electronics, and agriculture. as well as engineering features, the publication discusses the physics, Read more...

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Fe3O4 nanoparticles appear as small, darker spots which are surrounded by brighter silica shell. This proves that these nanoparticles formed a core-shell structure. In all three cases, particles interact with each other differently due to different surface chemistry. The ratio of particle diameter to particle distance governs magnetic interaction between cores but also, electrostatic or Van der Waals forces depend on the nature of nanoparticle assay. 2 X-RAY DIFFRACTION (XRD) The crystalline structure of magnetic nanoparticles obtained from synthesis was determined by the use of XRD and the results are shown in Figure 2.

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